In the hours after a gunman threw tear gas into a midnight showing of the new film "The Dark Knight Rises" in Aurora, Colorado, and opened fire on the crowd, all appears to be going on as normal at Southampton Village's movie theater
Between the rain hitting Southampton Friday and the premiere of the hotly anticipated film, Southampton United Artists is bustling.
"We're actually busy as ever right now," said general manager Neville Lewis.
Lewis said that the cinema's parent company consulted with the National Association of Theatre Owners, and decided to carry on despite the tragedy, since it appears to be an isolated incident.
The United Artist theaters that typically have security will continue to do so, and ones that don't will not be adding any, he said.
Though United Artists is unfettered, Warner Bros., which is the studio that released "The Dark Knight Rises," is considering canceling screenings across the country, according to The Huffington Post.
Suffolk County police are . Officers will make frequent checks of movie theaters.
The New York City Police Department said on Friday morning that it would be , after 12 were killed and at least 50 injured in Colorado.